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Osteopathic Manipulation Technique Workshop

Event Ended On: 6/2/2018 6:00:00 PM
Event Duration: 06/01/2018 09:00:00 AM - 06/02/2018 06:00:00 PM
Location: Foot Works, 200 King Street South, Waterloo N2J 1P9
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Registration Start Date: 04/19/2018 12:00:01 AM
Registration Deadline: 05/30/2018 11:59:59 PM
Available Spots: 14

Event Details
Course ​presenter: ​ ​
Peter ​Guy
​B.Sc, ​D.Ch

Additional lecturer:
Olga Lalande 
D.Ch, B.Sc. Podiatric Medicine.


Why do you need the manual foot treatment skill set?

The joints of the foot act as a lever that requires both mobility and stability. Joint stiffness can interfere
with‎ this dual role. Manual foot treatments will help ease foot pain such as cuboid syndrome and plantar fasciitis by reducing joint stiffness. Decreasing joint stiffness restores gait function and balance.
Manual foot treatments can be either be a stand alone or adjunct treatment. Integrating manual foot treatments into your practice will improve the quality of life of your patients and lead to more referrals.

The workshop is based ​on ​the ​teachings ​of ​mobilizations ​and ​manipulations ​of ​the ​foot ​by ​Andrew ​Still ​MD, ​DO, ​John ​Hiss ​MD ​and ​Rue ​Tikker ​DPM. 

It is ​an ​intensive ​practical ​session ​over ​2 ​days ​limited ​to ​12-14 ​registrants ​only. ​Registrants ​will ​practice ​on ​each ​other ​under ​the ​supervision ​of ​the ​course ​presenter.

Reading ​materials ​and ​videos ​will ​be ​present ​on ​an ​USB ​memory ​stick ​which ​will ​be ​presented ​at ​the ​start ​of ​the ​workshop

Objectives

After ​completing ​this ​workshop ​a ​registrant ​will ​be ​able ​to:

1. ​ ​Discuss ​the ​principles ​of ​manual ​therapy
2. ​Understand ​how ​the ​current ​evidence ​for ​foot ​and ​ankle ​joint ​kinematics ​relates ​to ​manual ​therapy ​
3. ​Understand ​the ​concept ​of ​joint ​stiffness
4. ​Understand ​how ​the ​tissue ​stress ​theory ​relates ​to ​manual ​therapy ​of ​the ​foot.
5. ​Identify ​the ​ ​ ​indications ​for ​manual ​therapy ​of ​the ​foot ​and ​ankle
6. ​ ​Identify ​the ​contraindications ​for ​manual ​therapy ​of ​the ​foot ​and ​ankle ​
7. ​ ​Perform ​an ​evaluation ​of ​the ​foot ​and ​ankle ​specific ​to ​manual ​therapy
8. ​ ​Demonstrate ​the ​preparation ​of ​the ​joints ​of ​the ​foot ​and ​ankle ​using ​mobilizations
​ ​1. ​Ankle
​ ​2. ​STJ ​and ​Mid-foot ​joints
​ ​3 ​.1st ​ray
​ ​4 ​.1st ​MPJ
9. ​ ​Demonstrate ​the ​specific ​foot ​and ​ankle ​manipulations ​based ​on ​the ​Still/Hiss/Tikker ​method
​1. ​ ​Ankle
​2. ​ ​Plantar ​talo-navicular
​3. ​ ​Calcaneo-cuboid
​4 ​. ​Dorsal ​talo-navicular
​5. ​ ​Dorsal ​navicular ​cuneiform
​6. ​ ​Dorsal ​1st ​ray
​7. ​ ​Plantar ​1st ​ray
​8. ​ ​Traction ​of ​1st ​MPJ
​9. ​ ​Hallux ​adduction
10. ​Calcaneo-cuboid ​whiplash
11. ​Tibio- ​fibular ​for ​increased ​Ankle ​ROM

Continuing Education Hours:


Workshop will have 15 CE hours


Local Accommodation:

Delta Hotels by Marriott Waterloo
Address: 110 Erb St W, Waterloo, ON N2L 0C6
Phone: (519) 514-0404
Special CFPM Workshop Rate: $159 per night.
Call 1-888-236-2427 to book or Click Here
Discounted rate available till Friday, May 11, 2018.

Payment Details
Registration Fee:
Members: $950 plus HST
Non-Members: $1200 plus HST

Register Here

Contact Details
Contact Name: Mujtaba Mirza Contact Phone: 1-8888-706-4444
Contact Cell: Contact Email: office@cfpmcanada.ca
Contact Fax: 416-929-5256

Where
Foot Works
200 King Street South
Waterloo Ontario N2J 1P9
Canada

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